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Established: February14, 1845
as Highland County on February 17, 1843,
name changed upon actual
Parent County: Linn
County Seat: Milan
After: American Revolutionary War General John Sullivan.
SULLIVAN COUNTY Is situated in the north
northeast part of the State, separated from the Iowa State line by Putnam
county. The principal portion of the county is prairie, with an abundance
of timber for all practical purposes. The soil is fertile and adapted to
all purposes of agriculture, horticulture and stock raising.The county is
well watered, some of the streams affording water power. Stone coal is
abundant, throughout the county. Population 1860, 9,235.
The Source is: P.M. Pinckard, The Missouri Handbook, St. Louis,
1865, [Transcribed by Donna Walton]
Obits: S.H. Thompson
109 North Main
Milan, MO 63556-1369
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